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What about Brussels? This article, Things to do in Brussels, will help you! Here are some tips & addresses so you’ll enjoy your stay.
Things to do in Brussels: The taste
The Belgians are bons vivants, and their capital reflects their lifestyle. You will easily find good restaurants and good breweries. We will give you some essential places of the Belgian capital.
All beer lovers must go to Delirium Tremens (Impasse de la Fidélité), there is a choice of over 2000 beers. For those who prefer chocolate go to Chocopolis in Rue du Marché aux Herbes. This is the biggest chocolate shop in Brussels and the most famous. The last things we can advise you, it’s to savor a Liege waffle. You can find it in many bakeries and pastries, or in a Christmas market if you visit the city in winter.
Things to see in Brussels
The statue of the most famous inhabitant of Brussels is a little boy trying to relieve himself. You will recognize the description of the Manneken-Pis. You’ll find it at the crossroads of rue de l’Etuve and rue du Chêne, it’s near the Grand Place. You have to go there to, it’s bordered by the house of the the guild hall, city hall and the king’s house. These Gothic buildings are inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage. We also invite you to go to the Royal Galleries, which are very close to the Grand Place. Built in 1847 by Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar, they house a lot of restaurants, shops, cinemas and some theatres.
Outside the city, you can visit the Atomium. Built in 1958 for the World Expo, it’s an architectural prowess. Reopened in 2006, you can see the Belgian capital from the height of 102 meters from this structure.
Various activities to do in Brussels
Near the Atomium, you can travel across Europe in a very short time. In Mini Europe, you’ll see over 350 miniatures of the most famous buildings of the European Union (Eiffel tower, Westminster, Grand Place …). There a lot of parks near Mini Europe and we advise you to visit the Garden of the Japanese Tower. In addition to the beautiful garden, you will observe the Chinese and Japanese ceramic collections.
Amateur of comic strips, you will enjoy to walk in Brussels and discover statues and mural frescos of your favourite heroes. Also, we advise you to visit the Comics Museum (20 Rue des Sables). You’ll learn about the history of the Belgium comics. And you might find a new series of collectible comics.
We hope you will enjoy your stay, and our Things to do in Brussels help you.